Lampley, Oni Faida b. April 15, 1959 d. April 28, 2008 Playwright Actress. She was born Vera Lampley in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Her plays were produced in New York and regionally. Her first play, Mixed Babies (1990), won a Helen Hayes award for Outstanding New Play for its Washington Stage Guild production in Washington D.C. It was produced in New York City by Manhattan Class Company. Her second play, The Dark Kalamazoo (1997), earned her a Helen Hayes nomination for the Woolly Mammoth production, was produced at the Freedom Repertory Theatre in...[Read More] (Bio by: Jackie) Trice Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA Plot: Section 126 West, Block 3, Lot 5
Selmon, Lee Roy b. October 20, 1954 d. September 4, 2011 Hall of Fame Professional Football Player. For nine seasons (1976 to 1984), he played at the right defensive-end and right defensive-tackle positions in the National Football League with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He attended Eufaula High School (Oklahoma) and played collegiate football at the University of Oklahoma. While with the Sooners, he distinguished himself by earning the Outland Trophy for College Football's Best Interior Lineman (1975) and the Lombardi Award for College Football's Best...[Read More] (Bio by: C.S.) Trice Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA Plot: Section 126 West, Lot 29, Block 3.